Funz with the kettlebellzz? That’s what in store today. I don’t know about you, but I love conditioning workouts as my “cardio”. As long as you’re recovering fine between workouts, you’re fine using conditioning workouts with your main program. But now that summer is here, sometimes, you just need fast workouts so you can spend more time eating watermelon.
Mmmmm, watermelon (ALMOST like pancakes, but like… NOT).
So, here’s my friend Forest Vance, who I met in Denver last year with a Burpee/Squat/Swing Challenge workout for you.
Burpee/Squat/Swing Kettlebell Challenge Workout
by Forest Vance
author, Kettlebell Challenge Workouts 2.0
If you’re into short, effective, minimal-equipment – style workouts that you can do at home, I’ve got a special treat for you today.
See, all the workouts that I write are based around these principles. But what makes today’s session unique is that
1) It incorporates KETTLEBELLS into the mix
2) It relies on the idea of improving PERFORMANCE over time
I find that this idea motivates a lot of folks even more than, say, losing 15 pounds of body fat would … and whether your fitness goals include doing things like more push ups or KB swings with a heavier weight or not … your health/asthetic/etc.-based goals will improve as a side-benefit.
Enjoy today’s session!
I’ve got a special kettlebell challenge workout today for my friend Mike.
This one is an awesome workout. We do this every three months in my boot camps at my training studio. All you need is a single kettlebell. 24k for men and 16k for women is the prescribed weight. You can definitely do it with a different weight but that is what we want to work towards.
This consists of three exercises.
We’ve got burpees! You’re going to do seven burpees with no push up. Keep it standardized so we can compare them and see how we are doing. Seven burpees to start off with.
We’ve got 14 goblet squats with your kettlebell. Make sure you get your thighs parallel with the bottom. The bony part of your elbow should touch the meaty part of the knee at the bottom of the move. Chest up, shoulders back. Get good depth in those squats.
Now go straight into 21 kettlebell swings. You can do any variety: two hand, one hand if you want or even hand-to-hand. Itís your choice. Set the kettlebell down and go back to the top.
Do five rounds as fast as you can.
I hope you like that kettlebell challenge workout. Give it a go and let me know how you do!
Train hard, and talk soon –
Forest is the man – my favorite part was this: “I find that this idea motivates a lot of folks even more than, say, losing 15 pounds of body fat would … and whether your fitness goals include doing things like more push ups or KB swings with a heavier weight or not … your health/asthetic/etc.-based goals will improve as a side-benefit.”
Always strive to get better… then the fat loss becomes a by-product.
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And check out Forest’s before/after photos, too!